Google just opened its AI-driven app Allo to hundreds of millions of new users.
Google said Monday Allo is getting support for Hindi, one of India’s widest spoken languages. The assistant, which a user can trigger using the keyword “@google”, now understands as well as responds in Hindi language.
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The company first demoed the feature at its Google for India event in September, with company’s executives emphasising their continued efforts to tailor their services for the Indian market.
“We are enthused by this and today’s launch enables us to extend these features to the next millions of users in a language of their choice,” Amit Fulay, Group Product Manager, Google said in a press statement. Read more…
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